D-Lactate Free Probiotics (50 Grams - 250 billion cfu's per gram)

Custom Probiotics has a unique D-Lactate Free Probiotic powder formulated to be specifically helpful for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), by improving their intestinal microflora and digestive processes.D-lactate is a result of fermentation of probiotic bacteria in the digestive system. An excess of D-lactate in our system can produce digestive and neurological problems.L. Plantarum and L. Acidophilus produce high D-lactate and therefore we do not include them in our D-lactate free formula.*
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DESCRIPTION High Count, multi strain probiotic powder with 250 billion cfu’s/gram.

INGREDIENTS L. Salivarius L. Rhamnosus B. Bifidum B. Infantis



Does NOT contain:Dairy, preservatives, sugar, gluten, soy, casein, artificial colors, flavors or FOS.

DOSAGE SUGGESTIONS Each probiotic powder bottle is supplied with two child scoops and two adults scoops.

Sizes of the scoops are as follows:

Child Scoop = 0.1 gram (26 billion cfu’s) Adult Scoop = 0.8 gram (208 billion cfu’s)

Children ages four and above can use one to six child scoops a day, while adults can go up to four adult scoops a day.

50 grams is equivalent to 60 adult scoops. Each adult scoop measures 0.8 grams (equivalent to 200 billion cfu’s). If you take one adult scoop a day 50 grams will last 2 months while 100 grams will last 4 months. We also include a child scoop measuring 0.1 gram equivalent to 25 billion cfu’s. 8 baby scoops are equivalent to 1 adult scoop.*
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*Statements made here have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. As with any dietary or nutritional supplement, consult your healthcare practitioner before using natural health products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or under medical supervision.

Disclaimer: Renewal Enterprises does not make claims to consumers in support of health benefits derived from nutritional supplements, vitamins, herbs, diet, or foods. This means we cannot make specific statements as to how nutritional supplements, vitamins, herbs, or diet may help to prevent or treat diseases. Taking natural health products, including recommendations from nutritional consultations, should be a decision based on education and personal research.